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The KM Meta-Model (M-Model)

***Model has now Launched – Jan 1st 2012 – Happy New Year!***

Jan Update – v1.02 (19.01.12) Now live

Please note:  This model will be made available at no cost as soon as the testing phase has been completed – access will be via a password allocated by K3-Cubed or Perigean technologies.

Over the past few months we have been working with Perigean Technologies, our strategic partners over in the US, to produce a KM M-Model for organisational learning and knowledge.  The model is not designed to be a KM solution; it is designed to stimulate the reflective practitioner/manager and, in doing so, identify areas within a complex environment that might be being neglected in existing practice.

The M-Model examines what drives KM, the aspects that it impacts in an organisation and, from there, the constructs that a well designed KM function needs to consider

The model is in beta format at the moment and we would be interested in hearing from anybody who would like to get early access, explore the model and, in return, provide us with some feedback – use the feedback form on the right hand side of this blog to get in touch.  We are limiting this test to 20 people and so please do not be disappointed if you do not make this first call for testing – we will expand availability as we acquire and address the initial feedback.

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KM M-Model by David Griffiths & Brian Moon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

3 comments on “The KM Meta-Model (M-Model)

  1. Nikolay Kryachkov
    December 27, 2011

    I suppose the best meta KM model would be in definitions of what K, M and therefore KM are.

    Otherwise it sounds like “The secret doctrine” by Helena Blavatsky
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helena_Blavatsky

    for immortals …

    Who Wants To Live Forever Lyrics-Queen-Highlander Soundtrack

    Happy New and Funky 2012 Year!

  2. Peter
    December 27, 2011

    So what does one have to do to gt on the beta?

    • David Griffiths
      December 28, 2011

      Drop us a line expressing interest – you can use the feedback form on the right hand side of this blog…

      Thanks for the interest…David

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